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Hot keys, dwm, muscle memory, conformal mapping, true detective, meaningfulness, smart shit, Algernon

Hot keys, dwm, muscle memory

Hot keys make it more efficient to use any product, but they have a steep learning curve. You have to train a lot in order to get them into your muscle memory. Take Vim, for example:

There is, of course, a minimal starting keys set you can use:

Five commands - seems pretty basic. But you have to learn that Vim uses a concept of modes. That is a first non-trivial obstacle. But much more lies ahead :)

That’s why it is hard to start using Dwm, Vim, terminal, Emacs, Maya, etc.

True detective, meaningfulness, Algernon

The main True Detective series character, Rust, is not someone you would call a happy person.

Yet, he is, undeniably, smart. He is cynical, depressed, bored to death. The single thing that drives him is solving the case.

We are things that labor under the illusion of having a self. A secretion of sensory experience and feeling. Programmed with total assurance that we are each somebody, when, in fact, nobody is anybody.

The depressive things that he tells us, are one of the hard truths. They are true in a sense that one can view the world like that.

People… I have seen the finale of thousands of lives man. Young, old, each one was so sure of their realness. That their sensory experience constituted a unique individual. Purpose, meaning. So certain that they were more than a biological puppet. Truth wills out, everybody sees once the strings are cut off all down.

Truth wills out. Thanks for reading.


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